There's a reason we can't keep our Jade Pendants in stock. Its hard to resist jade's luminous green hue & inherent allure, but this gemstone also has a centuries-long history of cultural significance within Chinese and Asian communities. 

In Chinese culture, jade is considered a symbol of purity, integrity, and immortality. It's unique translucence is said to reflect the inner beauty & virtue of the wearer. Jade has been used for centuries in Chinese art & jewelry-making, due to its symbolic significance as well as its beauty. 

This gemstone holds a special connection to the Chinese Moon Festival (also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival). The Moon Festival is a time for families to reunite & celebrate together. Jade has been linked to harmony, unity, and familial bonds, so it only makes sense that the gemstone would be a significant symbol in this holiday. There is also a famous myth of a Moon Goddess who resides on the Moon with her companion, Jade Rabbit.

In the modern age, jade has continued to inspire jewelry designers across the globe with its beauty & symbolism. In China, jade remains a cherished gift for important life events, symbolizing protection, luck, and prosperity. 

Jade will be featured in our upcoming Moon Festival collection! Sign up for our newsletter to receive early access to the new collection when it drops later this month. :)

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